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Current Fungal Infection Reports

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15.09.2021 | Clinical Mycology Lab Issues (S Cordoba, Section Editor)

MALDI-TOF MS: Foundations and a Practical Approach to the Clinically Relevant Filamentous Fungi Identification

Species identification is an important goal in the taxonomy of clinical relevant filamentous fungi. Information about each fungus (e.g., morphological description, physiological and biochemical properties, genetic information, and societal risks) …

13.09.2021 | Advances in Diagnosis of Invasive Fungal Infections (O Morrissey, Section Editor)

Diagnostics for Fungal Infections in Solid Organ Transplants (SOT)

Immunosuppression is the greatest risk factor for the development of potentially fatal invasive fungal infection (IFI). Immunosuppression is usually medically induced to enable stem cell transplants (SCT) or solid organ transplants (SOT) to be …

04.12.2019 | Epidemiology of Fungal Infections (T Chiller and J Baddley, Section Editors) Open Access

Small-Molecule Protein Kinases Inhibitors and the Risk of Fungal Infections

Small molecules that inhibit protein kinases are efficacious in the treatment of cancer, targeting specific mutations that drive tumorigenesis. The pathways targeted by these inhibitors are also important in the signalling and interaction of …

27.11.2019 | Pediatric Fungal Infections (D Corzo-Leon, Section Editor)

From Culture to Fungal Biomarkers: the Diagnostic Route of Fungal Infections in Children with Primary Immunodeficiencies

In the current era of innovative medical science, it is anticipated that most children born with a primary immunodeficiency will enjoy a near-normal life expectancy. To achieve this, early diagnosis of infection is crucial. Invasive fungal disease …

27.11.2019 | Epidemiology of Fungal Infections (T Chiller and J Baddley, Section Editors)

Genetic Variation and Fungal Infection Risk: State of the Art

Despite continuous and ubiquitous exposure of humans to fungal microorganisms via the respiratory and gastrointestinal mucosal surfaces and the skin, the majority of these fungal encounters do not result in clinical disease. Endothermy and …

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Current Fungal Infection Reports provides in-depth review articles contributed by international experts on the most significant developments in the field. By presenting clear, insightful, balanced reviews that emphasize recently published papers of major importance, the journal elucidates current and emerging approaches to the diagnosis, treatment, management, and prevention of fungal infection.

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